Thirsty Thursday party w/ Luke Combs

Music Farm Productions & WCOS Present

Thirsty Thursday party w/ Luke Combs

The Railers, Haley Mae Campbell

Thu, May 4, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Music Farm Columbia

Columbia, SC

$10 ADV * $12 DOS * $30 VIP

This event is 18 and over

$3 Surcharge at the door for those under 21. Cash only.

Luke Combs
Luke Combs
Luke Combs is a 26-year-old musician with a passion for playing country music. Luke began to develop his craft in the summer of 2011 while attending Appalachian State University and has been plowing ahead ever since. After 3 years playing with his band in his home state of North Carolina, Luke made the move to Nashville in September of 2014. Quickly creating a buzz amongst the musical community, Luke released his single "Hurricane" on June 16th of 2015 and saw it rise into the iTunes Country Charts Top 10 day of release as well as the Billboard Hot Country Top 40.
The Railers
When brothers Jordan and Jonathan, raised in rural Missouri, met lively Arizona native Cassandra in the mountains of Flagstaff, Arizona, the foundation was laid for the adventure of a lifetime. All three classically trained students had plans of making the 2,600 mile journey to Music City to follow their dreams. But it wasn't until an impromptu concert in Phoenix that the trio realized there was an undeniable blend between their musical styles.

'The show was just supposed to be a farewell for our family and friends who had encouraged us individually to take a chance and move to Nashville to pursue country music. We had no idea that night would plant the seed of becoming a band. Everyone kept asking what our group's name was, and it became obvious that we had something really special together,' says concertina player and vocalist Cassandra.

So in January of 2002, the eldest brother Jonathan was the first to pack up his little truck and make the 28-hour drive. Cassandra followed suit 6 months later, with Jordan not far behind. For the next several years, they each paid bills by working various industry jobs, playing for several country artists including Sara Evans, Josh Turner and Lorrie Morgan.

But it wasn't until May of 2008 when they met the easy going Indiana drummer, Tyler Oban, that the story was set in motion. After a couple years of fitting shows in between rigorous touring schedules and school, they reached a crucial fork in the road. On April 11, 2010 they all took a deep breath and a leap of faith, signing their names on a crumpled cafe napkin that said ' September 11,2010 or Bust.' Vowing to quit their jobs, and start their quest to becoming full time artists. 'It was probably the scariest time in our lives, walking away from a steady paycheck and into the great unknown,' vocalist, mandolin and fiddle player Jordan Lawson said.
Haley Mae Campbell
Haley Mae Campbell
A dedicated singer/songwriter raised in Charleston, SC, Haley Mae has loved music and performing arts all her life. After recording at Cupit Studios in Nashville, Haley Mae debuted her first album, “Hugs & Disses,” at the Charleston Music Farm in February of 2015. Since then, she has landed many notable gigs including writing and performing a Monday night promotional music video with the Charleston RiverDogs, a slot at the 9th Annual First Flush Festival with headliner Sheryl Crow, and opening for country stars Love and Theft, Lauren Alaina, Dan + Shay, Easton Corbin, Chris Janson, Brothers Osborne, and Josh Turner, as well as folk legends The Avett Brothers. Immediately after graduating, Haley Mae and her band, The Hardware, embarked on their first ever tour of the East coast. Performing everywhere from Orlando to New York City, the “Hugs & Disses Tour” marks the first of many to come for this young performer.

Her new EP, "Phone Home," shows incredible growth over the last year. The five-track album, co-written with drummer Ben Sewell, was recorded at Truphonic Studios in Charleston, SC, and engineered by Joey Cox. "Evergreen," the last song on the track list and first written for the project, was quickly picked up by 105.5 The Bridge for regular rotation. The title track and lead single from the album, "Phone Home," is a fan favorite and quite the head-turner. A folk/rock sound coupled with clever lyrics and evocative melodies make EP "Phone Home" an exciting development in this new artist's career.

Haley Mae has been featured on numerous radio and television programs, including Lowcountry Live on ABC News 4, Y102.5, Nash FM 96.9, OHM Radio 96.3, Live 5 News, 105.5 The Bridge, WEZL 103.5, WSBF Clemson, i93.7 Locals Only, The Dave Ugly Show, and The Pat Henry Project WMTS.
Venue Information:
Music Farm Columbia
1022 Senate Street
Columbia, SC, 29201
http://www.musicfarm.com/venues/music-farm-columbia/upcoming-shows/